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Performance Power Corded 180mm 450W 230-240V Tile cutter PTC450E
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- Blade diameter - 180 mm
Features and Benefits
Suitable for cutting various tile types such as ceramic, quarry, terracotta, slate, porcelain, marble, granite and limestone.
- The table can be adjusted between 0° and 45° to suit the cut
- Magnetic switch provides added safety to prevent inadvertent activation while connecting to power source.
- Diamond blade ensures cleaner cuts.
- Suitable for cutting various tile types such as ceramic, quarry, terracotta, slate, porcelain, marble, granite and limestone.
|Cooling type||Air cooled|
|Maximum cutting depth at 90°||34mm|
|No load speed||2950 rpm|
|Switch type||Magnetic switch|
A cutting edge tile cutter?
yawollohnylg - 1 month ago
I bought this product 3 hours ago it has no rubber feet so needs to be fixed to the bench. All well and good but once fixed to the bench you cannot remove the under blade guard and water tray. So to use it you have to assemble it completely then fix to the bench. To clean it or even just empty the water out it has to be unfixed from the bench or turn the bench upside down. My ratings are not relevant for quality as I have returned the product unused, but if it cannot be used then it is poor value for money.
Eione - 1 month ago
Terrible, absolutely atrocious. The 2.2mm width 180 blade is like using a chain saw to cut a sponge cake, it just shredded the edges of every single 30 x 30, 7mm porcelain tile. The 450 motor struggled on every tile and cut out in the middle of every cut. The water recervoir needed topping up after every single cut and this was because it sprays water everywhere, in your hair, in your face, all over the walls, it was a a joke, and this is with the blade guard down. I had to wash my hair after using this. And it may be 7.2 kg in weight but it's impossible to use without screwing it to a workbench as it doens't have a solid base and moves backwards as you're feeding the tile through. It's as bad a power tool as I've ever encountered so take heed and buy something better.
It does what it says
MWM64 - 2 months ago
The cutter was up to the task I had for it and although not needed at the moment will definitely come in handy for my next bout of tiling.